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Two methods for solving Transient Circuits

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Fi-reefly
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Apr15-14, 09:19 PM
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Hi!

I'm learning about solving transient circuits using the differential method and step-by-step approach and I'm just wondering if there's any advantages or disadvantages to both.

Are there any problems which will be easier solved using the step-by-step approach vs differential?

Thanks!
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Hi!

I'm learning about solving transient circuits using the differential method and step-by-step approach and I'm just wondering if there's any advantages or disadvantages to both.

Are there any problems which will be easier solved using the step-by-step approach vs differential?

Thanks!
Can you show examples of each approach?


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